A deadly shooting in a California church in the aftermath of the Buffalo massacre – Liberation

One person died and four were seriously injured after gunshots were fired at a church in Laguna Woods on Sunday, the day after a shooting by a white supremacist that left ten people dead in Buffalo.

The shootings follow each other in a dark litany in the United States. One person died and four were seriously injured after shots were fired at a church in California on Sunday, the day aftera massacre that left ten dead in Buffalo, in New York State. Parishioners at a church in Laguna Woods, Orange County, 70 miles southwest of Los Angeles, were attending a banquet after the morning church service when the gunman began his carnage.

They then arrested the assailant and “tied his legs with an extension cord and confiscated at least two weapons” before officers arrived on the scene to incapacitate him, Orange County Deputy Chief Jeff Hallock said at a news conference. “This group of devotees showed a […] exceptional heroism and braverydescribes the officer. They have undoubtedly avoided further injury and death.” Investigators are still looking for a motive, adds Jeff Hallock, adding that the alleged shooter, who was not injured during the incident, is believed to be an adult male of Asian origin in his 60s. years.

‘This shouldn’t be our new normal’

California Governor Gavin Newsom’s office said it is working with local officials and monitoring the situation. “No one should have to fear going to their place of worship. Our thoughts are with the victims.”, tweeted his office.

“This is shocking and disturbing news, especially less than a day after a mass shooting in Buffalotweeted Democratic Congresswoman Katie Porter, who represents Orange County in Washington. This shouldn’t be our new normal.”

The Laguna Woods shooting comes a day after a shooting across the country by a white supremacist. In Buffalo, New York, an 18-year-old terrorist killed ten people, mostly black, in a supermarket. Filmed and broadcast live, this massacre deeply shocked the country. US President Joe Biden will visit the scene on Tuesday, “to share the pain of a community that lost ten of its own in a horrific and senseless mass shooting”announces the American presidency in a press release published overnight from Sunday to Monday.

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